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Concerts in the Park seeking musical talent for 2018 

Concerts in the park

Paso Robles Recreation Services and the Paso Robles REC Foundation are currently accepting applications for interested performers for the 2018 Summer Concerts in the Park series. This highly-popular family-friendly concert series attracted over 25,000 attendees in the summer of 2017 and has been an annual tradition throughout the area since 2002. All shows are free and feature a wide variety of local and regional musical entertainment in the City Park gazebo.

“We were thrilled with the outstanding attendance during our Summer Concerts in the Park Series last summer,” commented Lynda Plescia, Recreation Services Manager for the City of Paso Robles. “Our varied line-up of talented musicians delivered fabulous shows throughout the entire season. We’re excited to assemble another crowd-pleasing schedule of performances for the 2018 season.”

Concerts will take place on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m., June 7 through August 16, 2018. Bands receive $500 for their performance. Musicians interested in consideration for the 2018 season must submit a press kit by Tuesday, January 16, 2018 containing the following materials:

  • A completed Band Interest Form available at
  • One to two relevant videos of previous performances in the last three years
  • CD demo or downloadable songs
  • Website or Facebook page information or link
  • Playlist to cover a two-hour set
  • Two references


Interested performers must email an electronic press kit (EPK) by the January 16, 2018 deadline to Recreation Services Manager Lynda Plescia at or submit a physical press kit to Concerts in the Park, Attention: Lynda Plescia, 600 Nickerson Drive, Paso Robles, CA 93446. For more information, please contact Lynda Plescia at (805) 237-3987 or at the email address above.



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